On Wed, Jan 20, 2010 at 8:39 AM, Nikolay Kichukov <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
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> Hi, you might be better off looking into the source code itself if you want to dig that deeper.
> - -Nik
> Shinkan wrote:
>> Thanks to Corey & Herbert,
>> vcontext --xid <something> --create -- /etc/init.d/sshd start
>> works nicely.
>> Then I can kill it by looking for its pid with
>> vps aux (is there another way, like filtering by xid ? --help doesn't tell)
>> and typing
>> vkill --xid <something> <sshd pid>
>> (I hoped that "vcontext --xid <same something> --create --
>> /etc/init.d/sshd stop" would work but nop ...)
>> But, I don't really get where it points out.
>> As it's surprisingly working "out of the box", I'm wondering what is it
>> doing exactly ?
>> I mean, it can access every "host" files without any problem... what
>> does vcontext limit ? Can I tune this ?
>> What does it bring exactly ?
>> I tried to read on VServer web site docs, but there's nothing about that.
>> "Sometimes when I'm talking, my words can't keep up with my thoughts. I
>> wonder why we think faster than we speak. Probably so we can think
>> twice." - Bill Watterson
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Just for reference, the base RHEL/CENT vserver install is about 50MB.
So while vcontext is a sllim down option a vserver install is not very
heavy to being with.
Received on Wed Jan 20 14:28:25 2010